Dancing On Ice fan bets £5,000 on Jake Quickenden winning the show

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One ballsy Dancing On Ice fan has bet £5,000 on Jake Quickenden winning the show.

The former X Factor singer is the hot favourite to win, and now his odds have been cut again.

Jake has been subject to the biggest Dancing on Ice wager Ladbrokes has seen on this year's series.

A whopping £5,000 has been placed on Jake emerging as the 2018 King of the Ice at odds of just 2/5, which makes him the clear favourite for glory.

Jessica Bridge of Ladbrokes said: "Money talks, and this punter clearly thinks the Dancing on Ice trophy is Jake's to lose this year."

Jake Quickenden and Vanessa Bauer.
Jake Quickenden and Vanessa Bauer.

Current Dancing On Ice 2018 odds

Jake 2/5
Kem 5/1
Brooke 7/1
Max 8/1
Alex 16/1

Dancing On Ice will host a fairy tale themed week of performances this weekend on ITV as the remaining five celebs perform live once more.

And there will be a very special performance from the cast of Disney On Ice.

Donna Air and Antony Cotton became the latest celebs to be eliminated from the competition after a three way skate off last Sunday.

Those now left on the Dancing On Ice line up alongside Max and his pro skater Ale Izquierdo are Alex Beresford and pro skater Brianne Delcourt.

They're joined by Coronation Street actress Brooke Vincent and her pro partner Matej Silecky.

Also returning to the ice next weekend are Love Island's Kem Cetinay and his pro partner Alex Murphy, X Factor's Jake Quickenden and skater Vanessa Bauer.

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Favourite Jake scored the first nines of the series for a total of 36 for his routine, which included a daring headbanger move.

Going for tens in fairytale week, Jake teased on Twitter: "Hyped with mine and @TheVanessaBauer routine this week... been working hard still got to make it better but we will get there!! Couple of nice tricks but all about the skating and story!! 🙌🏼 bringing another side 😁"

Dancing On Ice UK 2018 continues at 6PM on Sunday night on ITV.

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